SEBASTIAN BACH Helps Find 'America's Hottest Rocker Mom'; Video Footage, Photos Available

Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach joined the "Z Rock" boys Paulie, David and Joey as judges of the "America's Hottest Rocker Mom" contest.

IFC launched the search for "America's Hottest Rocker Mom" to celebrate Season 2 of its uncensored, uncut comedy "Z Rock". In keeping with the series' "kids'-band-by-day, rock-band-by-night" storyline, the band set out to find America's rocking-est mom. Five finalists were flown to New York City to vie for the title in a live competition in front of the panel of judges on June 3 at Madison Square Park. Each of these rocker moms brought their best rocker attitude to the stage and performed in the following categories: Look (Best Rocker Outfit), Knowledge (Rocker Trivia), Lyrics (Rock Karaoke Contest), and Dance (Show Off Your Best Moves).

Watch a New York Post report on the competition below.

Check out photos from Film Magic, Zimbio.

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